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BJP demands probe into 'dog dialysis' at Bengal hospital - Big News Network.com PDF Print

Union minister and BJP leader Sanjeev Balyan on Monday demanded a probe into allegations of arrangements being made for a dog to undergo dialysis at West Bengal's government-run SSKM Hospital.

Pradip Mitra, who was recently transferred from the post of SSKM director, claimed he was handed over marching orders for stopping the dialysis of a dog at the premier hospital on June 10.

The dog was allegedly sent for treatment by Trinamool Congress leader Nirmal Majhi, who heads the state medical council.

Terming his transfer to the College of Medicine and Sagore Dutta Hospital as an "insult", Mitra applied for voluntary retirement and also threatened to move court.

"If an order for a dog's dialysis was really made, then it is very unfortunate. The matter must be probed and strict action taken against those found guilty," said Balyan, the union minister of state for agriculture.

During the day, BJP leader Locket Chatterjee also submitted a memorandum to new SSKM director Manju Banerjee seeking details about the incident.

"People have the right to know the truth. Who ordered the arrangements for the dog's dialysis and at whose insistence? The hospital must come clean on this. An independent probe into the matter is imperative," Chatterjee, who is also a famed Bengali actress, told media persons.

Trinamool legislator Majhi has repeatedly denied the allegations and accused the media of defaming him.

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BJP demands probe into 'dog dialysis' at Bengal hospital - Zee News PDF Print

Kolkata: Union minister and BJP leader Sanjeev Balyan on Monday demanded a probe into allegations of arrangements being made for a dog to undergo dialysis at West Bengal's government-run SSKM Hospital.

Pradip Mitra, who was recently transferred from the post of SSKM director, claimed he was handed over marching orders for stopping the dialysis of a dog at the premier hospital on June 10.

The dog was allegedly sent for treatment by Trinamool Congress leader Nirmal Majhi, who heads the state medical council.

Terming his transfer to the College of Medicine and Sagore Dutta Hospital as an "insult", Mitra applied for voluntary retirement and also threatened to move court.

"If an order for a dog's dialysis was really made, then it is very unfortunate. The matter must be probed and strict action taken against those found guilty," said Balyan, the union minister of state for agriculture.

During the day, BJP leader Locket Chatterjee also submitted a memorandum to new SSKM director Manju Banerjee seeking details about the incident.

"People have the right to know the truth. Who ordered the arrangements for the dog's dialysis and at whose insistence? The hospital must come clean on this. An independent probe into the matter is imperative," Chatterjee, who is also a famed Bengali actress, told media persons.

Trinamool legislator Majhi has repeatedly denied the allegations and accused the media of defaming him.
 

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Explore Global dialysis water treatment system industry for 2015 - WhaTech PDF Print

Explore Global dialysis water treatment system industry for 2015

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For overview analysis, the report introduces Dialysis water treatment system basic information including definition, classification, application, industry chain structure, industry overview, policy analysis, and news analysis,. For leading suppliers, related information is listed as products, customers, application, capacity, market position, and company contact information,. 2015-2020 forecast on capacity, production, cost, price, profit, production value, and gross margin for these markets are also included. For technical data and manufacturing plants analysis, the report analyzes Dialysis water treatment system leading suppliers on capacity, commercial production date, manufacturing plants distribution, R&D status, technology sources, and raw materials sources.For industry chain analysis, the report covers Dialysis water treatment system upstream raw materials, equipment, downstream client survey, marketing channels, industry development trend and proposals, which more specifically include valuable information on Dialysis water treatment system key applications and consumption, key regions and consumption, key global distributors , major raw materials suppliers and contact information, major manufacturing equipment suppliers and contact information, major suppliers and contact Information, key consumers and contact information, and supply chain relationship analysis. This report also presents Dialysis water treatment system product specification, manufacturing process, and product cost structure. Production is separated by regions, technology and applications. In the end, the report includes Dialysis water treatment system new project SWOT analysis, investment feasibility analysis, investment return analysis, and development trend analysis. Table Of Contents Chapter One Dialysis water treatment system Industry Overview      Chapter Two Global Dialysis water treatment system Market Status Analysis  Chapter Three Major Regions Dialysis water treatment system Market Status Analysis Chapter Four Major Countries Dialysis water treatment system Market Status and Analysis Chapter Five Major Companies Dialysis water treatment system Market Status and Analysis  Chapter Six Dialysis water treatment system Product Specifications Up and Down Stream Industry Analysis and Marketing Channels Analysis  Chapter Seven Dialysis water treatment system Industry Segment Market Analysis Chapter Eight Dialysis water treatment system Industry Development Trend Chapter Nine Dialysis water treatment system New Project Investment Feasibility Analysis  Chapter Ten Global Dialysis water treatment system Industry Research Conclusions    

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Can DaVita healthCare Partners Inc. (NYSE:DVA) Surprise Analysts? - Investor Newswire PDF Print

The earnings surprise factor represents the difference between a company’s actual reported numbers and the expected consensus numbers provided by analysts on Wall Street. A large surprise factor can often result in a sharp movement in the stock price following an earnings report. Most recently DaVita healthCare Partners Inc. (NYSE:DVA) reported quarterly earnings of $0.86 for the quarter ending on 2015-03-31, yielding a surprise factor of 1.18% as the actual reported number was $0.01 away from the consensus estimates. The revenue surprise factor in per share dollar terms was $25.273 for the last quarter or 0.774%.

DaVita healthCare Partners Inc. (NYSE:DVA) is next slated to report earnings for the current quarter on 2015-07-30. Brokerages covering the stock are currently expecting the firm to earn $0.94 per share based on the 6 covering brokerages weighted into that average. Investors will be closely watching how this number fluctuates leading up to the reporting date as analysts continuously update their models.

Over the next 12-months sell-side research firms are predicting that the stock will reach targets in the range of $83-96. The average number of the range is $89 based on the 6 firms offering price targets. Placing these targets into a simplified 1-5 rating system produces a score of 1.8 for DaVita healthCare Partners Inc., where 1 represents a Strong Buy rating and 5 would indicate a Strong Sell rating. Three months ago the rating mean stood at 1.8. DaVita HealthCare Partners Inc., formerly DaVita Inc., is a provider of dialysis services in the United States for patients suffering from chronic kidney failure, also known as end stage renal disease (ESRD). As of December 31, 2011, the Company provided dialysis and administrative services through a network of 1,809 outpatient dialysis centers located in the United States throughout 43 states and the District of Columbia, serving a total of approximately 142,000 patients. It also provides acute inpatient dialysis services in approximately 900 hospitals and related laboratory services throughout the United States. In July 2013, DaVita, a division of DaVita HealthCare Partners Inc announced the acquisition of the dialysis operations of Malaysia’s Caring Dialysis Centre Group (CDC Group) by DVA (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd.

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Complications More Likely After Radiotherapy vs. Surgery for PCa - Renal and Urology News PDF Print
June 29, 2015 Complications More Likely After Radiotherapy vs. Surgery for PCa - Renal and Urology News
Radiation treatment is associated with an increased risk of requiring minimally invasive urologic procedures.

Prostate cancer (PCa) patients who undergo radiotherapy have a higher incidence of subsequent minimally invasive urologic procedures for treatment-related complications compared with those who undergo surgery, new data presented at the Canadian Urological Association annual meeting in Ottawa suggest.

Patients treated with radiation also have a higher incidence of rectal-anal procedures and hospital admissions, but they have a lower incidence of major surgical procedures compared with surgery patients, according to findings presented by investigator Christopher J. D. Wallis, MD, of the University of Toronto.

Dr. Wallis and his colleagues used the Surveillance, Epidemiology and End Results (SEER)-Medicare registry to conduct a retrospective cohort study of 60,476 men aged 65–79 years who underwent radical prostatectomy (RP) or radiotherapy (either external beam or brachytherapy) for clinically localized PCa. Of these men, 14,492 underwent primary RP and 45,984 underwent primary radiotherapy. The researchers estimated the incidence of urologic procedures and hospital admissions for complications other than erectile dysfunction or urinary incontinence.

After adjusting for age, ethnicity, marital status, comorbidities, and rural residence, radiotherapy patients had a significant 25% and 40% increased risk of requiring minimally invasive urologic procedures and rectal-anal procedures, respectively, and a significant 80% increased risk of hospital admission compared with RP patients. The radiotherapy patients had a significant 10% decreased risk of requiring major surgical procedures.

The investigators found that the rate of complications in both treatment arms peaked within 2 years of treatment but continued at a steady rate for the next 10 years.

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